Rep. Wayne Owens, D-Utah, received between $34,379.08 and $55,379.08 in outside income including interest, dividends, payments for speeches (honoraria), legal fees for services performed before he entered Congress, and sale of rental property in Salt Lake City, according to financial disclosure statements.
Owens filed his required financial statement with the House of Representatives June 15 after receiving an extension on the May filing deadline. Other Utah members filed their statements in May.Owens was paid a total of $16,000 in honoraria - $1,000 from the National Restaurant Association; $2,000 from the Marriott Corp.; $2,000 from Aikin, Gump Strauss, Hauer & Field; $1,000 from Hudson Valley Political Action Committee; $2,000 from Lancadia Financial Corp.; $2,000 from Republic National Bank; $2,000 from Charter National Insurance Co.; $2,000 from Denver Instrument Co.; and $2,000 from The Jordan Co.
He showed $8,379.08 in legal fees from his professional corporation, between $5,000 and $15,000 in rental income, between $5,000 and $15,000 from the sale of rental property, and less than $1,000 in interest and dividends.
Owens receiving as a gift lodging and the use of a boat at Glacier Bay Lodge.
He indicated that his wife, Marlene, received a salary as a school teacher from the Washington, D.C., school system, but did not list the amount.
He showed interests in Boulder Ranch Partnership, a rental house at 1962 Sylvan Ave., Salt Lake City; a family home in Panguitch; 10 acres of land in Panguitch, Utah; and common stock in CSX Corp.